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What’s My Thesis?

Javier Proenza
Society & CulturePhilosophyHistory

A silly research show. Every week, guest artists teach host Javier Proenza what they've learned in pursuit of their practice.

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 16 ratings
  • Unexpected Conversations

    I’m not sure what I thought What’s My Thesis ? would be about, but I was not prepared for the interesting perspectives of the different guests each episode. I think the host has chosen some interesting people to have conversation with. I have had my mind stretched even on topics I know intimately; a testament to how timely and important the topics are. I enjoy the format of free-form conversation. I think you do a decent job of reigning it in and keeping to the topic as much as possible. The tan... more

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    5
    boyboyboyoy
    United States2 years ago
  • Good Stuff

    I love Narrative Therapy interesting to hear your experience as a client I’ve heard many stories about the oppressive type of experiences that clients feel from therapist or therapies. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Soggythesurfclown
    United States3 years ago
  • Boring

    I read the description of this podcast’s content and found myself intrigued. Listened to five minutes and was bored out of my gourd. Random conversation is not interesting.

    Apple Podcasts
    2
    Rick from Temple U.
    United States4 years ago

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